A quick rundown of LSU's opponent Saturday, the Georgia Bulldogs ...
KICKOFF: 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Tiger Stadium
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SERIES: LSU leads 16-13-1
LAST MEETING: Georgia 44, LSU 41 (Sept. 28, 2013 in Athens, Ga.)
RECORD: 6-0 (4-0 Southeastern Conference)
RECENT RESULTS: Defeated Missouri 43-29, defeated Tennessee 38-12, defeated Vanderbilt 41-13
OFFENSIVE LEADERS: Quarterback Jake Fromm, running back Elijah Holyfield, wide receiver Mecole Hardman
DEFENSIVE LEADERS: Cornerback Deandre Baker, safety J.R. Reed, linebacker D'Andre Walker
RUMBLINGS: After coming so close to winning the CFP title in January, Georgia's at it again. The Bulldogs were a bigger favorite to win the SEC East than Alabama in the West at SEC Media Days — and they're showing why.
ON THE BULLDOGS OFFENSE
Fromm picked up where he left off from his sensational freshman season and leads a balanced attack that nets 245.2 yards rushing and 240 yards passing per game and ranks fifth in total yards in the league (485.2). The 'Dogs have scored at least 38 points in their four SEC wins.
ON THE BULLDOGS DEFENSE
It's out of the frying pan and into the fire for LSU after facing Florida's strong defense. Like their potent offense, Georgia has some bite on this side of the ball. The Bulldogs rank second nationally in allowing 13 points per game and seventh in yardage with a 283.2 average.